Pegasus Books

Between Two Kings: A Sequel to The Three Musketeers

By Alexandre Dumas - By Lawrence Ellsworth (trans.) - Published 2021



Thirty years after he arrived in Paris, d’Artagnan is still a lieutenant in the Musketeers serving the 21-year-old son of the Spanish ...Read Review

The Man in the Iron Mask: The True Story of Europe’s Most Famous Prisoner

By Josephine Wilkinson - Published 2021



In 1669, French soldiers arrested Eustache d’Auger. He was jailed without formal charges or trial, not uncommon for those who displeased the all-powerful ...Read Review

Leaving Coy’s Hill: A Novel

By Katherine A. Sherbrooke - Published 2021


Already imbued with a strong sense of justice, twelve-year-old Lucy Stone is aghast when she finds her newlywed cousin Abigail in tears. She ...Read Review

Princes of the Renaissance: The Hidden Power Behind an Artistic Revolution

By Hollingsworth - By Mary - Published 2021



This gorgeous illustrated book tells many wonderful stories. Its main characters are “princes” in the broad sense of powerful rulers, as Machiavelli and ...Read Review

First to Fall: Elijah Lovejoy and the Fight for a Free Press in the Age of Slavery

By Ken Ellingwood - Published 2021



This eye-opening look at the world of U.S. newspapers and the anti-slavery movement in the decades before the Civil War is an ...Read Review

The Children’s Block

By Otto Kraus - Published 2020


September 1943 brings another trainload of prisoners from the Czech ghetto to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Some of the Jews are gassed immediately; others are placed in ...Read Review

The Lenin Plot: The Unknown Story of America’s War Against Russia

By Barnes Carr - Published 2020



The year 1917 was full of turmoil for Russia. Tsar Nicholas II was forced to abdicate his throne, a provisional government took over, disputes ...Read Review

The City on the Thames: The Creation of a World Capital: A History of London

By Simon Jenkins - Published 2020



“All histories have their roots in geography.” Simon Jenkins begins his history of London with this thought-provoking statement (and one of particular interest ...Read Review

Black Cotton Star: A Graphic Novel of World War II

By Yves Sente - Published 2020


This graphic novel tells the story of Angela, an African-American assistant to Betsy Ross. In 1776, she conceals a black star under a white ...Read Review

The Last Blue

By Isla Morley - Published 2020


A large part of The Last Blue is set in 1937, when two men from Roosevelt’s Farm Services Administration arrive in the small ...Read Review